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MSCIP - In School Support Worker

The Roundhill Academy
Leicester, Leicestershire
Contract Type
Fixed term contract
Full Time
Grade 8, Pts, 15 to 18 (£22,695 - £24,712)
Start Date
As Soon As Possible
28th November 2023 09:00 AM
Contract Type
Fixed term contract
Job ID
Start Date
As Soon As Possible
  • Contract Type :Fixed term contract
  • Job ID: 1386249

In-School Support Worker

Melton and South Charnwood Inclusion Partnership

Fixed Term until 26th August 2024

Contracted Hrs: 37 per week

Working Weeks: Term Time plus Inset Days (39 weeks)

Grade: Grade 8, Pts 15 to 18

Salary: £22,695 – £24,712 per annum

Start Date: ASAP

Are you a looking for a rewarding career within a Trust that can offer continued professional development?

Would you like to make a positive difference to young people lives by supporting and developing their learning?

If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you!

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an In-School Support worker to join us at Melton and South Charnwood Inclusion Partnership (MSCIP), located at The Roundhill Academy. The Melton and South Charnwood Inclusion Partnership works with schools in the area to support children and young people who are finding it difficult to thrive and succeed in a mainstream setting. This is an exciting time to join MSCIP as we look to expand our offer to our local schools.

The successful candidate will spend time in our partnership schools to provide support to those pupils who are struggling within a mainstream setting. This will provide opportunities for young people who are at risk of disengagement but who have the potential to be “nudged back on track”. The sessions will be tailored to the individual needs of pupils to support and develop their resilience to help them to thrive in a school setting. The role will also include spending time at the MSCIP Centre to support those who are enrolled onto our bespoke programme of intervention and education.

This role is a rewarding one with a successful candidate having the opportunity to play a key role in supporting young people to maintain their school placements and avoiding suspensions and permanent exclusion. This is the perfect opportunity for someone with a pastoral background who is looking to make a real difference to our young people’s lives.

 The ideal candidate will:

  • Be educated to degree level with qualifications in relation to education welfare/safeguarding or have equivalent experience
  • Have experience of working at KS4 and/or KS3 in a secondary school, pupil referral unit or training provider in a pastoral or similar role
  • Have experience of working with challenging students
  • Have an understanding of and commitment to best safeguarding practice
  • Have the ability to work on their own initiative and to respond flexibly to changing priorities under pressure
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Be emotionally and physically resilient to meet the challenges and demands of the role

In return we offer:

  • Opportunity to work within a supportive team
  • Opportunities for career development with access to apprenticeship and training schemes
  • Generous annual leave entitlements
  • Access to the generous Local Government Pension Scheme (24% contribution by the employer)
  • Employee Support Service (counselling) for employees and close family members (24/7 support)
  • Employee Discount and Benefit Scheme
  • Opportunity for an annual flu vaccination


If you would like to discuss this post or arrange a visit to the school please contact the MSCIP Coordinator Helen Masoum.

We look forward to receiving your application!


Bradgate Education Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are therefore expected to be-have in such a way that supports this commitment. As part of the Trust’s shortlisting process, all shortlisted candidates will be subject to an online search as part of our due diligence. Appointment to this post will also be subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks.


At our Trust inclusion means everyone is welcome. Everyone is treated fairly and with respect. We value individuality and uniqueness and aim to create a sense of belonging. We want an inclusive workplace that helps build the success of our pupils and reflects the diversity of the communities we serve.


Safeguarding Statement:

The Roundhill Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.
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